Nottingham Trio to perform at Hot Property 2021

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Published: 22nd October 2021
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Three people from Shakespeare Martineau and Marrons Planning’s Nottingham office hub will take to the stage to perform at this year’s Hot Property fundraising night. 

As well as the firm and planning consultancy being proud sponsors of the event, Jenny Keen, planning director at Marrons Planning, and Emma Houghton and Jemma Page, both from Shakespeare Martineau’s external communications team, will be performing in front of hundreds of property and construction professionals from across the East Midlands. 

The annual one-of-a-kind event, which will take place at PRYZM nightclub on Thursday, 2 December, has raised more than £295,000 for various local and national children’s charities since its inception in 2004. 

This year, funds will be donated to Billy’s House, which offers free accommodation for families to stay close to their child when they’re having cancer treatment. 

Jenny said: “Nottingham Hot Property is a vital event as year on year, it raises a massive amount of much-needed money to support local causes. 

“We’re delighted to be able to support Billy’s House through our sponsorship; the home can accommodate up to six families at any one time, allowing them to stay close to their loved ones while they’re fighting for their lives. 

“We’re also looking forward to taking to the stage. While the set list is top secret, we can let you know that we will be part of a band and joined onstage by peers from Tetra Tech Consulting and Engineering and the Waterman Group.” 

Last year’s Hot Property was cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions, making this year the 16th time the event has taken place. More details and tickets will be released soon. 

For further information, please visit www.nottinghamhotproperty.com. 

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